With Strictly Come Dancing fever hitting the nation, it wasn’t long before it was the topic of conversation on Thursday's episode of Good Morning Britain. And while many of the presenters have taken part in the popular BBC One dance show, including Kate Garraway and Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard is yet to polish his dance shoes and participate. When quizzed about why, Ben revealed that he actually has been banned from participating – by his wife! He said, referring to the infamous Strictly curse: "My wife didn’t want me to have an affair." He then joked: "That's the only
Emilia Clarke reveals amazing Game of Thrones tattoo – but does it reveal spoilers for season eight?
Emilia Clarke has shared a snap of a brand new tattoo to mark her time on Game of Thrones on Instagram. The tattoo is three dragons in flight, in reference to her character Daenerys Targaryen's three dragons, which earned her the title 'Mother of Dragons' in the show. Abbreviating the phrase, Emilia captioned the post: "MOD 4 LYFE!!!! @_dr_woo_ made sure this mamma ain't NEVER forgetting her babies... #dontworryionlybrieflypassedout #withfyreandinkbaby #modgothookedupp #couldntbehappierifitried." Emilia posed with her new dragons While Emilia's tattoo simply shows her three dragons flying together, and therefore not hinting about her character's outcome in Game of Thrones, Sophie
Poldark fans, get excited! The filming for the fifth and final series of the popular period drama has already began, and snaps from the set show Ross Poldark doing what he does best – brooding around Cornwall in a long coat and hat! Aidan Turner, who plays the title character, looked like he was having a great time on set on Wednesday as he laughed with his co-star before filming a solo scene rowing a boat. Eleanor Tomlinson, who plays Demelza, was also spotted walking her dog on set with a friend, dressed casually in a long black skirt
Downton Abbey has announced that the movie adaptation will be released in September 2019, four years after the final season aired on ITV. On Wednesday, the official Facebook released this message: "The doors to Downton Abbey will open once more on Friday, September 20, 2019 in North America and Friday, September 13, 2019 internationally. Be sure to dust off your finery for our big screen debut." News of the film was announced in July, with the likes of Dame Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Elizabeth McGovern, Joanne Froggatt and Hugh Bonneville confirmed to re-join the cast. The original cast
Jenna Coleman has opened up about playing a mother in The Cry, and admitted that she struggled to film the childbirth scenes. The actress, who is best known for her roles in Doctor Who and Victoria, spoke about the scenes at a screening on the new series, which follows the life of a devastated mother after her baby son is abducted. Jenna said: "I spent a good first chunk of it just thinking they'd completely miscast – and why on earth me? I'm not a mother! I really kind of hit myself over the head with it. I felt
The BBC have announced the latest trailer for Doctor Who, and it looks seriously epic! The network shared the exciting teaser on Twitter, and captioned it with a quote from the Doctor herself, which read: "I'm the Doctor, when people need help, I never refuse." The trailer shows new footage from the upcoming series, including Jodie Whittaker's Doctor with her new companions, who defend her when someone challenges her authority, with one saying: "She's in charge bro." The clip also shows the Doctor saying: "I'm just a traveller. Sometimes I see things fixing, and I do what I can." Jodie
Danny John-Jules was forced to stop rehearsals just days before this year's first Strictly Come Dancing live show. The Red Dwarf actor, 58, revealed he suffered an injury on his feet during training, which has prompted speculation over his appearance on Saturday. "Mother Nature's having a bit of a dig at me," he told The Mirror, adding: "I had to bandage my toes." His partner Amy Dowden explained how she warned the star to rest when she noticed him hobbling in the studio. "I was telling him he needed to put his feet up," she added. Danny John-Jules has teamed